The 60 categories include “Best-Run College” (Claremont McKenna College), “Best Athletic Facilities” (Kenyon College) and “Best College Library” (Columbia University).
The rankings are based on surveys in which an average of 333 students per campus are asked 80 questions about a range of subjects in the last three school years. Its methodology uses a five-point scale, allowing for school-to-school comparisons.
Penn State University remains in the top ten, but it’s losing ground in an annual list of top party schools.
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